TB9 BB Lecture 3;How do we decide to act?

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1. In early work, dorsolateral lesions to the PFC caused?

  • No spontaneous behaviours and inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome)
  • Inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome) and no coherent behaviours
  • An inability to learn from past behaviour and no coherent behaviours
  • An inability to learn from past behaviour and inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome)
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2. In early work, bilateral lesions to the PFC caused?

  • An inability to learn from past behaviour and no coherent behaviours
  • Inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome) and no coherent behaviours
  • No spontaneous behaviours and inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome)
  • An inability to learn from past behaviour and inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome)

3. Are SZ patients impaired on no-go trials?

  • Yes
  • No

4. Symptoms of abulia resulting from lateral damage to the PFC include?

  • Lethargy, quiet withdrawal, inability to deal with metaphors, unable to do towers of Hanoi.
  • Inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome) and no coherent behaviours
  • An inability to learn from past behaviour and no coherent behaviours
  • No spontaneous behaviours and inability to select motor behaviours (frontal dysexecutive syndrome)

5. What does bilateral ventromedial PFC damage result in?

  • Cerebellar ataxia
  • Frontal disinhibition syndrome and failures in learning stimulus-reward contingency
  • Narcisissm personality disorder
  • Psychopathy and failures in learning stimulus-reward contingency

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